Monday, May 21, 2012

The Intelligence of Islam: 'Donkey rape' sparks tribal massacre in Yemen

The intellegence and grace that Muslims display at all times is without compare. That the grandure of Islam can be seen in the actions of Allah's slaves is without question a motivating factor for the trillions upon trillions of kuffar that are reverting to the Religion of Peace.

That said, please see this striking example of the value of human life (as it pertains to Muslims) and the GLORY that Islam provides it's followers.
'Donkey rape' sparks tribal massacre in Yemen
Fifteen people were killed or injured in tribal fighting in Yemen after a male donkey chased an ass and raped it just near the house of its owner.
Newspapers in Yemen said the owner of the ass got mad after he saw the donkey attacking his animal, prompting him to chase the donkey and hit it.

The attack infuriated the donkey owner, who called his armed tribe men and asked them to take revenge.

“The problem snowballed into an armed fight between Makabis tribe, which owns the donkey, and Bani Abbas which owns the ass…15 people were either killed or injured in the battle,” the Saudi Arabic language daily Aleqtisadiah said, quoting newspapers in Yemen.

A large police force intervened and stopped the fighting at a village in the southwestern province of Abb, newspapers said, adding that police had arrested eight persons involved in the conflict.

Monkey disrupts prayers in Saudi mosque
A packed Saudi mosque plunged into pandemonium after a money found its way inside and attacked worshippers just as they were about to kneel down for their daily prayers, a newspaper in the Gulf Kingdom said on Sunday.

Hundreds of people have converged on the mosque in the western town of Taif for their evening prayers and lined up behind the preacher when the monkey jumped into the lines and attacked them.

"They stopped their prayers to chase the monkey…after a few minutes, they failed to catch it and the monkey succeeded in fleeing outside the mosque,” Sabq daily said without mentioning where the monkey had come from.








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